The users could now upload up to like ten videos or photos at once to their story, making it a much simpler and faster uploading experience for the users, unlike earlier where a user had to individually upload multiple media, as per the announcement made by Instagram. Now, there will be a new icon the top right corner tapping on which will allow you to select multiple photos and videos that you want to share. "On the edit screen, you'll see a preview of all the media you've selected lined up at the bottom and your preview will upload at once in the order you selected them", Instagram said in a post.
Rather than being forced to upload one photo or video at a time, the new update will enable users to upload multiple images and clips to their story all at once.
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With this update, the company will also give you suggestions for a location sticker to put on a photo or video you're adding to your Story. Email address of the users would be needed where the data would be exported. This will thus allow you to share multiple contents when on a good cellular connection instead of going through the uploading process over and over again when on the move. Though Snapchat pioneered the concept of Stories, Instagram's active user base of Stories has grown immensely to over 300 million daily users.
Facebook-owned Instagram on Wednesday introduced a new feature that makes its Stories feature more fun. The update is available on Android immediately and is coming to iOS soon. The app will also be able to show you location stickers relevant to the images captured.